First, don't panic! CNET's Sharon Profis lists the steps you should take when it happens and what you can do to prevent future attacks. You can read her article "What to do if your email gets hacked (and how to prevent it)" here.
Ever wonder what will happen to all your online accounts when you die? Christina DesMarais' article "Manage What Happens to Your Online Accounts After You Die" tells you how to create a digital will and lists some websites that can help. You can read her article here.
Ever wish you could extend the battery life on your laptop? PCMAG.COM's Brian Westover tells us how to get more out or our battery in his article, "9 Tips for Longer Laptop Battery Life". You can read it here.
Ever wonder how much data is there about you online? When you think about it, it's kind of frightening. To help you get a handle on this, Natasha Stokes, in her article "Take Control of Your Personal Data", lists a few steps you can take to protect yourself. To read her article, click here.
Ever wish you could have a disposable phone number? Well you can. Techlicious' Suzanne Kantra's article, "How to Make Your Phone Number Private" gives you four ways to do just that. You can read her article here.
Ever work from home? If your answer is yes, then you know it's not as easy as it sounds. James Kendrick gives us five tips in his article "5 tips for getting the most out of working at home". You can read it here.
Tired of pulling out your phone and realizing your battery is about to die? Techlicious' Elizabeth Harper's article, "What's Draining Your Android Battery?" lists some steps you can take to conserve battery power. You can read her article here.
Did you buy a new phone? Don't just throw your old one out, there may be sensitive data on it. Fox Van Allen's article, "Study: Wiping Your Android Phone Doesn't Erase All Your Data" details a new study from security firm AVAST. They purchased 20 used Android smartphones and found that “From just 20 phones, we found over 40,000 pieces of very personal information,” But don't worry, there are apps that can clean your phone for you. Allen lists a couple of them in his article. You can read about them here.
Many of you may remember taking the Bar Exam in Columbus at Veterans Memorial building. However, Vet's, which has served as exam HQ for over 50 years, is going to be demolished. As a result, the Ohio Supreme Court is moving the Bar Exam to the Columbus Convention Center starting with this month's July exam. Click here to listen to an interview containing more information on the history of Vet's and the exam.